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A meeting Thursday will be the public's first of three opportunities to weigh in on a proposed increase to the county's millage rate.
The Dawson County Board of Education now has a one-stop location for school registration.
The Dawson County Board of Education is saying goodbye to a long-time employee.
Dawson County Middle School was home to a symposium of inventors and out-of-this-world creations last week.
Ground has been broken on a new arts center at Dawson County High School.
A fiery crash that sent three to area hospitals is still being investigated by the Georgia State Patrol Specialized Collision Reconstruction Team (SCRT).
A 17-year-old from Dawsonville has been arrested in the alleged molestation of a young child.
The Dawson County Produce Market will reopen for business this weekend.
Salon owner Zoya Sarab is taking extra precautions to protect her downtown Dawsonville business following an armed robbery on Friday.
A head-on collision just after noon on June 11 sent three area residents to nearby hospitals.
The city of Dawsonville approved a $4.1 million budget for fiscal year 2015-16 during its Monday special called meeting.
A daytime robbery in downtown Dawsonville has police following K-9 units on a search for an armed suspect.
A head-on collision just after noon on Thursday has left three Dawson County residents, including an elderly couple, in critical condition.
Children from across the state gathered together to take a ride worth remembering.
The city of Dawsonville recently heard a presentation by the Georgia Mountains Regional Commission to turn a local cemetery into a historic area.
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County Commission Chair Mike Berg gave a very bright outlook for Dawson County during his annual State of the County address last week at the ...
Families and friends will continue their nearly two-century tradition next week at Lumpkin Campground.
An incident authorities initially described only as a dispute has left two people dead at a home on Maple Hill Drive in downtown Dawsonville.
City residents may want to watch their step - and their pets - over the next few days while downtown.
The city of Dawsonville can now officially say it is continuing its tradition of no city taxes for its residents.
With summer heating up, the Dawsonville Racers are hitting the pool. But the team needs help from the community to keep its swimmers taking laps.
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